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This is typically caused by a conflict with another plugin that is trying to redirect around the login/register pages or trying to redirect from HTTP to HTTPS, etc.
To regain access to your site, FTP to your site and rename the wp-content/plugins/paid-memberships-pro folder to wp-content/plugins/paid-memberhsips-pro-d (or anything different). Now WP will not be able to find PMPro, and you can gain access to /wp-admin/ again. From there, visit the plugins page to fully deactivate Paid Memberships Pro. (You'll want to rename the folder back to paid-memberhsips-pro again.)
Long term, you will need to find and fix the conflict. We can usually do this for you very quickly if you sign up for support at http://www.paidmembershipspro.com/pricing/ and send us your WP admin and FTP credentials.
"Supporting multisite" means different things to different people.
Out of the box PMPro will basically act as a stand alone plugin for each site. Each site has its own list of membership levels, members, payment settings, etc.
I've written a plugin PMPro-Network that shows the basics for allowing users who signs up for a membership at one site to be able to create or reclaim their own site under the multisite setup. It's powerful stuff.
If you would like more help using PMPro on a network install, sign up for support at http://www.paidmembershipspro.com.
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Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-3-19
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